In much of Africa, land and natural resources are governed by separate laws under different property rights systems. As a consequence, one entity may legally hold the rights to the surface land while another holds the rights to the natural resources under the same land. This second installment in WRI's A Farmer in Africa series explores what happens when different stakeholders pursue conflicting activities on the same plot of land.
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